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January 17th, 2022

Ready to Quit? Make Your 2022 Tobacco-Free

OMAHA-The number of tobacco users in Nebraska is slowly decreasing in the last few years but not as envisioned, which is why DHHS continues its efforts in helping smokers have a healthier lifestyle.

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January 12th, 2022

Omaha Native Recounts 1975 Weather Events (Tornado)

OMAHA-In 1975 an F4 category tornado that made landfall in Omaha, passed distant from where nurse Deb Bahr lived but close to her mother’s home.

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January 11th, 2022

Omaha Native Recounts 1975 Weather Events (Winter Blizzard)

OMAHA-In 1975 Omaha was stunned by one of the most powerful winter blizzards that left about 13 inches of snow.

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Governor Pete Ricketts (Photo by Tiffany Johanson, Nebraska Public Media)

January 10th, 2022

Prisons, Abortion, Presidency among Topics Addressed by Ricketts

Neb-Prisons, abortion, and the presidency were among the topics discussed by Gov. Pete Ricketts in a wide-ranging interview with Nebraska Public Media News.

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Retail Aware CEO Keith Fix. (Image by Tiffany Johanson, NEbraska Public Media)

January 7th, 2022

Retail Aware

OMAHA-Keith Fix was a tech entrepreneur before he was a teenager. His latest venture is Retail Aware, an Omaha start-up using sensors to provide shopper data to some of the biggest companies in the world

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Josie Schafer, UNO Center for Public Affairs Research director.

January 6th, 2022

Challenges for Nebraska’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Neb-.The “Entrepreneurship in Nebraska,” is a report that was produced by the UNO Center for Public Affairs Research in partnership with the Nebraska Business Development Center.

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January 5th, 2022

Nebraska Need Behavioral Care Providers

OMAHA-The lack of behavioral care providers is even worse in rural Nebraska

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December 28th, 2021

Long Haul Covid-19

OMAHA-Dr. Andrew Vasey Assistance professor of internal medicine at UNMC says Much is still unknown about long haul effects.

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December 27th, 2021

Officers Found About 500 Exotic Animals Housed Improperly in a Papillion Home

OMAHA-Animal Control received an anonymous tip that there were many animals held in unsanitary conditions in the Omaha suburb.

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